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  • Paul, 47 from Naperville, IL
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    47, Naperville, IL
    Thank you for stopping by and to keep it simple, I am a single dad of two amazing kids and I am truly blessed to be their dad. I have an incredible circle of friends and family that are very supportive and fun yet something is missing. I want to meet someone for me and share this next half of my life with. It is a journey right? It seems to me at least that having a wonderful person at my side sounds fabulous.
  • Michael, 52 from Joliet, IL
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    52, Joliet, IL
    Hi, i'm a 51 year old divorced, white, clean cut, father. I have two of the most beautiful daughters in the world that are my world. I do consider myself very clean cut and never smoked, did drugs or did everything criminal. My father was a small town Chief of Police. A great way to grow up, always wanted that for my daughters. I'm the typical guy, like baseball,hockey and football. I do like Pub food or fast food, just don't cook much anymore. I do like movies and outdoor activities but i really like finding new, unique restaurants and see bands in a Pub with craft beers. Like i said earlier, i was very fortunate to grow up in a small town south of Joliet with happily married parents My Pops was the Chief of Police, so i've heard all the Opie references. And Dad was like Andy Griffith, that cursed a lot and enjoyed Irish Whiskey, not Moonshine.